Relating Covariant and Canonical Approaches to Triangulated Models of Quantum Gravity

@inproceedings{ARNSDORF2008RelatingCA,
  title={Relating Covariant and Canonical Approaches to Triangulated Models of Quantum Gravity},
  author={MATTHIAS ARNSDORF},
  year={2008}
}
  • MATTHIAS ARNSDORF
  • Published 2008
In this paper explore the relation between covariant and canonical approaches to quantum gravity and BF theory. We will focus on the dynamical triangulation and spin-foam models, which have in common that they can be defined in terms of sums over space-time triangulations. Our aim is to show how we can recover these covariant models from a canonical framework by providing two regularisations of the projector onto the kernel of the Hamiltonian constraint. This link is important for the… CONTINUE READING
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